Dec 22, 2013 10:47 PM by Olivia DeGennaro, KSBY News
Templeton got a blast of snow on Sunday.
Solid Rock Christian Fellowship brought in 20 tons of snow for their community event, called Christmas Snowblast.
They built a ski slope nearly 100 feet long for kids to slide down.
There was also a Charles Dickens Christmas village and a full nativity scene.
The church had hot chili, apple cider, cookies and other treats for about 300 people who showed up to the event.
The best part: everything was absolutely free.
"We wanted to have an event where people could bring their kids, take a break from the stress and stuff that sometimes comes with the holidays, and just celebrate Christmas; just have fun, play in the snow, have caroling," church member Lance Robbins said.
Kids could also get their faces painted or jump in a bounce house at the Snowblast event.
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